Cefn Coch Country Guest House
Llanegryn, Tywyn, Gwynedd, LL36 9SDView on map
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Why stay here ...
The CL is part of Cefn Coch an old traditional Welsh Country Farm House situated on the southern edge of the Snowdonia National Park, where the mountains meet the sea.
The house is steeped in history and has in the past been a coaching inn, a working farm and is recorded as being the last tavern in the village of Llanegryn. Evidence of it's history can still be found in several areas of the house and gardens. Extended family members and friends are welcome to stay for' bed and breakfast'.
The CL is a secluded level area of about 0.50 acre grass meadow and has been described as a place of peace and tranquillity. We are an adult only site. Pets are welcome and there is direct access to good dog walks. There is a hard standing site and all pitches have electrical hook-up and space for awnings. There is toilet on site.
We would like you to get the most out of your stay at Cefn Coch. Taste some local food. Enjoy local lamb, tasty cheeses, creamy yoghurts and potent beers - all made in Wales.
Throughout the seasons the views are constantly changing, from the snow-capped mountains in the winter, spring time lambs and the beautiful lush green pastures of summer. At any time of the year Cefn Coch offers a secluded and beautiful setting for quiet relaxation.
Take in some Welsh culture and enjoy the many attractions and spectacular scenery.
The area is well known for its spectacular countryside, mountain and coastal walks, many of these can be started from the CL.
Cefn Coch is a haven for many birds. Buzzards, Red Kites and Cormorants are frequently seen. It has spectacular views over the Dysynni Valley and surrounding countryside.
From the CL you can see the famous Bird Rock and Cader Idris Mountain range which is very imposing at the head of a tranquil valley.
Within easy reach are many interesting and entertaining places to visit, historic castles, narrow gauge railways, gold and slate mines.
Sea and freshwater fishing, pony trekking, and bike hire is available.
You may wish to visit Ynys -hir home of the BBC Spring Watch or spot Britain's rarest bird of prey at Dyfi Osprey Project.
Cefn Coch is therefore a perfect base for exploring the beautiful Snowdonia National Park - both its mountains and its coast and for exploring the many spectacular and unique narrow gauge steam railway experiences in Mid Wales.
Steam through unspoilt on the Talyllyn Railway, or take the Welsh Highland Railway from Porthmadog to historic Caernafon.
Travel through the magnificent Snowdonia countryside on the Ffestiniog Railway or the Vale of Rheidol Railway from scholarly Aberystwyth to intriguing Devils Bridge.
Walk the Mawddach trail featured on the BBC Railway Walks with Julia Bradbury.
Ride the water powered cliff railway into the famous Centre for Alternative Technology.
Close to Wales Coastal Path and our CL has mountain views
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Types of pitch: grass, hardstanding
Electric hook up available
Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM
Electric amperage: 16
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- LL36 9SD
- Lat 52.625835 / Lon -4.0751
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Aberystwyth, Dolgellau
- Daily public transport within 1 mile
- Nearest train station: Tywyn
- Train station within 5 miles
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